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assuming fuses are ok and the new bulbs are the correct fitment(there are many different types) check the new pedal switch again. some are adjustable for length. check when you push pedal down that the switch is NOT still in contact with the pedal. if it is then you may need to adjust it to make it shorter, sometimes just pulling the pedal upwards can be enough to do this. good luck
hi did you check your fuses theres a set of fuses under your hood, and in your car check your owner manual it will tell u were they are located. you will have a burn or broken metal bead in the fuse if it blowen also after checking fuses check your light bulbs. same go's for the fan check the fuses if not blown check the fan switch with a test light, if it works check the fan motor itself i would suggest bring it to a shop if the fuses are fine. it is a big job to do on your own the air system. the brake light if its staying on it should be as simple as a break petal switch located on the break petal itself it mite of just sliped out little white button just slip it back into place
Did you check or replace the brake light bulbs? It is more common to have burnt bulbs than a bad brake light switch or blown fuse. Do you have orange signal lights and red brake lights at the rear? Then the signal light switch will not affect the brake lights.....but.... If they are all red and you use the same bulbs for brake and signal....the brake light wiring goes through the signal light switch and could be affected there. First....check for power getting to the brake light switch......and leaving it with a test light.......then go to the rear....pull a light assembly and check for power getting to the bulbs.no power? follow the wiring back to the switch looking for a bad connection. The fuses and relays under the hood are usually in a black plastic box labeled fuses and or relays.
When you press the brake petal it activates a switch located under your dash. Just follow your brake petal up until you see something that compresses when you apply the brakes. It is possible that the switch is not lined up or needs to be replaced.